paha


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paha

[pä′hä]
(geology)
A low, elongated, rounded glacial ridge or hill which consists mainly of drift, rock, or windblown sand, silt, or clay but is capped with a thick cover of loess.
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CAG community members were representative of the surrounding Paha Sapa neighborhood where the intervention was carried out.
The Niobrara Valley Preserve covers 219 [km.sup.2] in Cherry, Keya Paha, and Brown County, along a 50km stretch of the Niobrara River (Kantak and Churchill 1993).
When did the Lakotas "discover" Paha Sapa, their name for the Black Hills?
Furthermore, indigenous godparents quite possibly contributed financially to traditional or indigenous-influenced ceremonies and dances to commemorate life events, as did Latin American godparents)[degrees] According to Fernando Librado, a "godfather might pay the paha [ceremonial leader] $2.50," who in turn gave the money to a village or mission captain to pay for the performance of the Fox Dance at a wedding or baptism.
Those finding it hard to adapt to the changes should focus less on words and more on actions, says Sister Lois Paha, O.P., director of the Department of Pastoral Services and Office of Formation in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tucson, Arizona.
Four babies later I learned the minerals in Paha Sapa, wore Black Hills gold and bought into a rose quartz mine.
THE STORY: As a boy in 1876, Lakota Sioux warrior Paha Sapa ("Black Hills") wanders among the dead and dying shortly after the Battle of Little Big Horn.
Gulmira Kudaiberdieva basta olmak uzere, AVES Yayincilik sahibi Sayin Ibrahim Kara'ya AKD yayin kadrosunun degerli uyelerine, kendi deneyimleri isiginda ilgili bolumlere kalemleriyle ruh katan seckin meslektaslarimiza ve bir bolumu ne yazik ki ellerimizin arasindan kayip gitmis olan, ancak bizlere diger hastalara yarar saglayabilecek paha bicilmez bilgi birikimleri birakan sevgili hastalarimiza da tesekkuru bir borc biliyoruz.
In another sidebar, The Six Grandfathers, Paha Sapa, in the Year 502,002 C.E.
Also at that time, Saeid Paha Khandan, father of Gen.
These very holy lands, which the Sioux call Paha Sapa, were once a visionary refuge for Lakota elders, including Crazy Horse and Black Elk.